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Myth test 20 multiple choice 10 true/false 3 sets of matching with 10 questions each 1. is one god equivalent Zeus  -  Jupiter Hera   -  Juno Demeter  - Ceres Poseidon    -   Neptune Hestia   --  Vesta Artemis  -  Diana Aphrodite  -  Venus Hermes  -   Mercury Hephaestus  -  Vulcan Apollo  - Apollo Ares -  Mars Athena  -  Minerva Dionysus -  Liber Hades  - Dis
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2. technical terms 3. chapter 24 theory of myth -speicifc theories - cultural relativism : myth’s are understood in one’s own culture -allegory: focuses on acceptable moral meanings, “saying something a different  way” -theories of enlightenment : Bernard Fontenelle, myth is rooted in ignorance of  humans living at earlier stages of cultural developmebt, think factual - romantic : see myths as emotional, very humanish feelings - anthropological : intrigating data into general theories around time of Darwin
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2012 for the course ANTHRO 124P taught by Professor Fessler during the Spring '07 term at UCLA.

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